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Paris killings – what we know

WHAT WE KNOW – 120 people killed in simultaneous shootings and explosions at six locations – At least 100 patrons dead at the Bataclan concert hall in the city’s east – About another 20 feared dead from the other attacks around Paris – And more than 200 people were injured, 80 seriously – Authorities believe all eight assailants have been ...

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Opinion: The Politics of Qatari backed Al Jazeera and the Implications For Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed and Peter Greste

By Rick Mitry Having once been regarded as an alternative platform to the western media for the dissemination of information concerning the Middle East region, the Qatari owned Al Jazeera now finds itself with associated ties to not only Egypt’s former rulers, the ousted Muslim Brotherhood, but also the jihadists at the forefront of the western media’s attention in the ...

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Weather Playlist

When you can experience four seasons in a day, you need a playlist that will get you through rain, hail or shine. There’s nothing worse than listening to upbeat music when you’re soaked to the skin and in need of a warm shower, or listening to Gary Jules’ ‘Mad World’ when the weather is warm. The following songs will get ...

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Q & A with Jason Clare MP

Q & A with Jason Clare MP Shadow Minister for Communications and Member for Blaxland Jason Clare sits down for a Q&A session with Naomi Tsvirko, answering questions about metadata retention legislation, the proposed budget, media representation of western Sydney and the future of the Australian Labor Party.   ON METADATA RETENTION LEGISLATION NAOMI TSVIRKO: Once the metadata retention bill ...

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